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captions paid for by nbc-universal television yes! hoda woman we made it. it's fun day monday, the first fun day monday of the new year, january 2nd. first live show of 2012. >> time to practice writing 2012. on your checks. >> i just got used to the 11. i like the 2012.
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i like alliteration. it's important. >> 2012? i like it, too. >> don't you love the way barbara walters says 2020. the only person i know who says 20. >> today is the first day really of your new year's resolution, second day, i guess. everybody makes the usuals. usually it's working out, exercising. >> we have the top ten list. >> go. >> the number ten one is to help people. you think we have our priorities screwed up in our country? here is worse to me, spend more time with the family, which should be first. sorry. why am i yelling? i just finished spending time with my family. >> number eight, get out of debt. seven, learn something new. >> this is for you. number six is to organize yourself so you can reach your goals. >> here is what i'm going to stop with right now. i honestly didn't do anything with this purse except take it out of my dressing room so you can look how we are starting and we'll finish up soon. >> what is on there?
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>> jury summons. you were at the four seasons hotel? >> no, no -- what else? >> everybody needs these. what else have you got? look at you. an old checkbook. you don't even live here any more. hoda woman! >> that was that snood. that's a hat. >> boy, you have a lot of hats. and mittens. hoda woman, what is this? >> what is that. that's for rosa. >> windex. glasses. >> oh! >> what is this? >> no. that's gum. >> this is from an event eight weeks ago. what is that? oh, my gosh. >> oh, my god. i forgot that was in there. >> oh, hoda. >> we are going to start getting
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organized. >> what is the green stuff? that's the wheat grass? >> that was the wheat grass. >> we can't drink this. >> hold on. >> hoda, this is not working. >> the organizational thing. >> we should take it to goodwill. >> i need this. i think we are fine. jerry, can you get a towel, if you wouldn't mind? let's continue with the new year's resolution. >> obviously. >> that was wheat grass. >> that was the next one to get healthier? the wheat grass? i don't want that. >> the top five. >> quit drinking. number four is to enjoy life more. number three, i thought this would be the top one. lose weight. number two is exercise more. and the number one why you year's resolution is stop smoking. >> yes. >> i tell you, we have dear friends who struggle with that. i knew a guy once who went off
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heroin cold turkey but still smokes. cannot quit smoking. it's that hard. hey, jer, thank you, jerry. we are not going to try to get healthy today. could we have our regular, please? the party never ends for us. on your dress, too? >> it doesn't matter. >> thank you. >> plop it on top here. >> let me do this first. >> don't you all wish you had a jerry at home? jerry solves you every problem, brings you wine. that stuff stinks. this is supposed to be the best thing in the world. >> take a sip. it's wheat grass. >> actually. >> how is it? >> it's really horrible. >> wow. >> we just broke three new year's resolutions in about ten minutes.
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>> not organized, drinking. >> here is how to keep them. that is foul. too many people make too many resolutions at a time. >> you make big ones. >> get organized, stop drinking and i'm going to lose weight. >> pick one. >> if you stop drinking, you will lose weight. >> here's the thing. i think we think when we fall off the wagon we quit the whole thing. i already blew that. >> and can't do it again. >> you have 364 more days to start over. >> exactly or 51 more weeks. look at it that way. the other thing is i think instead of making a yearly resolution, you know what helps me, if i give myself a three-day thing or a week thing like a few weeks ago i said -- about a month before christmas i said i'm not going to eat pasta, bread or cheese until christmas. it gives you a goal, but it's a short-term goal. i think say it's smoking. no cigarettes until 5:00 tonight.
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then you have at least you make it till 5:00 and think, i did that. that was possible. >> baby steps. i agree with that. joy bauer is starting something tomorrow. she is trying to kick-start everyone's new year's resolution to lose weight. tomorrow on "today" she is going to come out and try to get people to lose 10,000 pounds. it's a challenge for everybody across the country. she is going to give you the way to do it a-b-c. sometimes those diets are so crazy. it's hard to keep up. you go to a restaurant, you can't stay on it. >> if we are all in it together, you've got the buddy system which worked so well for alcoholics anonymous, weight watchers. every time there is somebody you're responsible to or accountable to is a good thing. >> this green stuff -- >> get off my cow. >> it's through the table. it's under the table. >> we'll get a new table. i hate this table. good. >> here's the deal. we did this thing a little while
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ago. it was by these guys who say there's stuff girls say. it was such a big hit that they came out with another one. this is guys imitating us. here is kyle humphrey and graden shepard. >> how long have you guys been open? >> can you open this for me? do you want to split a cookie? can i have a chip? is this my water? is that a coffee, i might get one. that is not okay. that is so not fair. that is so true. >> does this taste funny to you? >> smell this. so good, right? >> so good, right? >> take these chips away from me. >> i love wine. >> that poor tagg needs water. >> ice cream makes me cough. i'm just like. >> i can't believe i ate all that. >> that is great. >> they're cute. >> that is genius. that's smart.
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>> we had another poll out 2012's list of the hottest people for fandango. >> this is what women think is sexy and men think is sexy. according to women -- >> women think the sexiest women in films are scarlett johansson. number four jennifer aniston. kate beckinsale. number two is sandra bullock. number one is charlize theron. >> that's interesting what women think is gorgeous. i agree with all those women. a lot of people are left off that list. was halle berry on that list? th is crazy. men said number five charlize theron. number four anne hathaway, megan fox, scarlett johansson and number one kate beckinsale. >> see irk -- i haven't seen her
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in a movie since i can't remember remember when. jerry, what do you say about that list? >> i partially agree. >> come over here, please. are you miked? >> i am. >> sexiest woman in the world is? >> halle berry. >> guys agree? >> walter, come over here, please. walter. kate beckinsale? why? >> the wolf movie whatever it was. >> "van helsing." >> all right. thank you. >> how much do you love him? one movie, he's gone for life. i love that. >> the sexiest men in movies, here is what the women say. number five daniel craig. number four robert downey jr, number three robert pattinson, number two george clooney. number one johnny depp. >> i don't agree with that at all. he is a brilliant actor. i would put hugh jackman on that list.
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>> where is hugh jackman? excuse us. and bradley cooper. ryan gosling. matt damon. matt, by the way, if you're watching and i'm sure you are, our producer tammy filler is so in love with you. >> if it wasn't for her husband, it would be you. >> and your wife and gorgeous children. >> guys say number five sexiest guy which is weird anyway. frank would say what do you mean who i think is sexy? i don't think men are sexy. that's what he would say. >> will smith, number four, chris evans. do you know who he is? >> yes was he superman? >> captain america. >> i had to google him. he's cute. >> johnny depp is three. number two is george clooney. number one according to men robert downey jr. >> i love robert downey jr. i don't find him sexy, but he's fascinating, brilliant and funny. he's great looking.
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>> maybe they mean he's a cool guy. i think guys think he is a cool guy. >> awesome. >> brad pitt, jerry says. denzel washington. i don't want to know what walter thinks. who? >> george clooney. >> why is that funny to me? walter thinks the sexiest man in the movies is funny to me. >> is it time for our favorite things? keep yours out of the green. it went through the table. >> if i put it on there -- it's crazing in the grass, in the wheat grass. >> what have you got, girl? >> the humane society of missouri's long meadow rescue ranch you can sponsor a barn buddy. i did it before a couple of years ago. i got the llama. they don't have the llamas. starting at $25, you can buy one of these. say you're an animal lover and you have a friend having a birthday. just because the holidays are over, there are a lot of
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birthdays, you can buy an animal for a family in need. then that cow gives milk and makes cheese and it's fantastic. they rescue animals, as well, i think. i want to get that straight. if not i'll let you know tomorrow. >> mine, i know it's the first of the year and we are giving up sweets. take one second and try these cookies. just a little bite. they are called platine they come from the west coast in los angeles. they taste delicious and come in arugula. >> there would never be playtime. >> that is ridiculous. >> i have a mini emergency kit. i learned about it on our show.
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it's ms. and it's going to go to good use. hoda should have this in her purse with her bowling bowl and shoes. how many times have you been out when you need a little piece of floss? 16 different things in here. >> cute. >> it's better than your purse. you want to use it? >> after all the stuff you did last year. >> i have four of those in my purse. coming up next, if your resolution is saving money, we'll tell you the right time of the year on the best deals for what you want.
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we are back with a year's worth of deals. is your new year's family resolution to save money? do you need new linens? is your vacuum on the fritz? >> thanks to "parents" magazine, you can base your 2012 shopping on exactly when everything goes on sale. here to help us is lifestyle editor for the magazine. hello, taryn. it's a quiz. we are ready. >> i'm going to ask a question, if you think you know the answer
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hit the buzzer. the first person to buzz in gets the answer. the next person gets to try. let's start it off. the first question, what is the worst month for shopping deals? is it april, october or january. >> april. >> hoda got it. it's because it's tax season. retailers know people are going to great refund. prices go up. >> i was thinking that exactly. >> kathie lee's birthday is in august. >> so is hoda's. >> i'm fine. >> if someone were to get you this birthday gift they would likely get it for you on sale. is it a tv, a small appliance or a camera? >> bathing suit. >> get in there. >> whoa. what is it? >> camera. >> hoda? >> what are the other two? >> tv or small appliance. >> small appliance. >> this one goes to hoda. it's a small appliance. >> imagine that.
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>> show me that toaster, jerry. >> hodi won a toaster. >> back to school time. people think they will go back to their breakfast routine. since 1878 this item has gone on sale every january. what is it? winter clothes, vacuums or linens. >> i don't think vacuums were there then. winter clothes. >> you are wrong again. >> linens. >> it's linens. i'm sorry. >> for 100 years they've been going on sale. >> hoda became far less prideful over the holidays. look at jerry over there drinking the wine. >> next we have a true or false. academy awards is such a big tv event retailers offer sales leading up to it. >> false. i finally got one.
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>> it's the super bowl in february that inspires major tv discounts. >> but they have moved up the academy awards -- they were in march and they moved them to the february sweeps time. >> in 2012, there are three things you can get a great deal on all year long. the first is a home, second is a mattress. what is the third thing? is it a car, furniture or a cell phone? >> cell phone. >> you're on fire. >> the first of the year people start changing things. >> actually cell phones are introduced all year long. >> that's the dumbest thing i ever heard. >> you can negotiate new carriers. >> who has four hats in their purse and everybody knows you don't have -- there is not a hat in the world big enough. what are they all doing in your purse? >> 4-1. we're ready.
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>> do you think june is the best time to buy a grill? the actual best month is -- >> she didn't give the options. good luck because you have 11 to choose from. >> i'm going to be wrong and say may. >> what are the choices? i'd like to hear the choices. >> august, october or march. >> august. >> the answer is march. it's because retailers are looking to unload last year's models. think about buying a grill before outdoor grilling season. >> last one. >> look at jerry. >> here we go. we have our grilling accessories. january may not seem like the best month to buy this, but it is the primetime for sales on, is it summer clothes, outdoor equipment or sports equipment? >> summer clothes. >> it's sports equipment. that looks like a ball. >> it's sports equipment.
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>> hey! >> if you need to get your kids gear for spring and summer sports, january. >> you're a great sport. thank you very much. >> wait. there's a prize. >> this is a great one. >> what is it? >> california wine club is going to be giving hoda two bottles of wine to your door or dressing room every month for a year. >> for a year? now i'm mad. up next, time to announce our fan of the week. >> you want to look at it? >> i have it from my friend jimmy. he sends it to me every year. . guinea pig: row...row. they generate electricity, which lets me surf the web all day. guinea pig: row...row. took me 6 months to train each one, 8 months to get the guinea pig: row...row. little chubby one to yell row! guinea pig: row...row. that's kind of strange. guinea pig: row...row. such a simple word... row. anncr: there's an easier way to save. get online.
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we are back on this fun day monday with our fan of the week. >> sara who is our lucky fan and what did they win? >> drum roll, please. our winner is rosemary gianeli from gainesville, florida.
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she's watches on wnbw channel 9. her husband works for the army corps of engineers in new orleans. she spends time watching on wdsu. rosemary loves the laughter that ripples through the hour and loves hearing the broadway show reviews and made a playbill of her own, kathie lee and hoda starring in "saving america from boredom one laugh at a time." it's your cast of crazies. joy, donnie, madeline, louis. rosemary came up with an alphabet of 26 words to describe you. it may say zany in there congratulations for being a creative and dedicated fan. we are going to send you to argentina. >> what? >> you and your husband will enjoy a three-night stay. >> can you believe this? >> daily breakfast and dinner with two spa treatments and a tour to the iguaza falls. round-trip airfare.
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it pays off to be a fan. >> excuse me, rosemary, can we come with you? oh, my gosh! >> still to come, the right diet for your age. we are back with more of "today."
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we are back with more of "today." you may be in store for a cleanup job around the house. >> sometimes it can be difficult
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to figure out what you should keep and what you should throw away. we called in meghan murphy, deputy editor of "self" magazine to help us out. hello, megan. >> look ou beautifully pregnant are you? or did you eat a lot over the holidays? >> exactly. >> this is that time of year when you can say should i still hang on to this? some things are tricky. >> everything to you. >> i like to hang on to things. >> unlike milk or eggs that come with an expiration date, it's hard to get rid of household items. >> that needs to go. there is no support in that baby. >> when there is no support, when the stretch breaks down, that's when you toss your sports bra. other than that, hold on to it as long as the girls are supported. you want to wash it but i don't put it in the dryer because the spandex and elastic break down and you have to replace it sooner. >> head phones are one of those things you think will last forever until they conk out on their own. >> there is not a lot of
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bacterial risk there. if you have an ear infection, wipe them down with alcohol. or the ones that wrap around your ear are cleaner. it gets gross. >> nail files, usually you get the emory boards. >> people love metal nail files. >> i don't go near a nail file. if you have a cuticle problem, infection, wipe it down with rubbing alcohol. >> or toss it. >> they are kind of cheap. >> is it better to use the cardboard ones? >> i like the metal ones because you can disinfect them if you have a ragged cuticle or something gross with your fingers. >> this is so much fun. >> i know, i know! >> toothbrushes. you don't know how long to hang on to yours. >> three to four months. i'm guilty until i get a freebie from the dentist. >> even the electric ones though? >> even the electric ones. >> change the heading. >> when the bristles get yucky or broken down or after three to four months.
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you really want to replace them. >> or if you share it a lot. since we are being disgusting. >> store them upright so they dry properly. try to separate them from the rest of the household. >> please, people. >> you think because you're in the shower with sudsy water they would remain clean. >> think about what a loofa is doing. it collects dead skin cells which is breakfast for bacteria. i know, gross. >> you're not here to make us feel good about the new year. >> put them in the dishwasher on hot or throw them in the wash once a week on hot to kill the nasties. >> still get rid of them after about three months. >> experts said use an exfoliating scrub with your hand. forget the loofa all together. >> but i like that. and they are not expensive. >> cheap, three months, get rid of them. >> these babies stick around too much. the dirtiest thing in your home is probably that, unless you're cody's apartment.
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>> 30 days. that's all you get. you can run them in the dishwasher. with when they are damp, put them in the microwave 30 seconds to kill the germs every week. >> microwave? >> wet. a little damp or it will explode. 30 seconds in the microwave once a week. >> are these the disposable kind? >> any type of plasticware. if it starts to discolor, breaks down, toss it. don't put it in the microwave. don't put it in the dishwasher. >> people don't want to add to the land fill. >> recycle them and buy glass. you're better off with glassware. heating them gives out bad chemicals. >> so what do we have here at the end? our bags. i love to grocery shop. >> a new bag, hodi. >> if you carry home poultry, produce, anything uncooked, wash that bag every time. that kills 99%. >> nobody does it. >> i know.
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i'm guilty, as well. if you're carrying raw meat and raw produce, throw them in the wash. >> thank you. congrats, too. >> thank you. >> someone is going to show up some time early march. god bless you. how to meet your body's ever-changing needs. the best diet for your age group. >> what are you saying? the grand canyon? it's all possible with a hoveround. tom: hi i'm tom kruse, inventor and founder of hoveround. when we say you're free to see the world, we mean it. call today and get a free hoveround information kit that includes a video and full color brochure. dennis celorie: "it's by far the best chair i've ever owned." terri: "last year, 9 out of 10 people got their hoveround for little or no money." jim plunkitt: "no cost. absolutely no cost to me." breaking news...when you call today, we'll include a free hoveround collapsible grabber with the purchase of your power chair. it reaches, it grabs, it's collapsible and it's portable.
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now on eat smart today, eating for your age. you may think you're eating a perfectly balanced diet, but like your beauty regimen needs to change for your age, your diet needs to change. >> author of "eat your way sexy," elizabeth summer here with healthy shopping for your age group. you look great, by the way. >> let's start with the 20s. >> women of all age need a nutritious diet, real food. 75% of the time eat authentic. with that in mind, there are certain things you need to tweak.
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in your 20s with one out of two pregnancies unplanned, it's important enough to get folic acid. it prevents birth defects. >> are we talking kale? >> spinach, romaine, broccoli, chard. orange juice, legumes. if you're not going to make the promise that you'll get two a day, take a supplement. >> now we are talking about fatigue if you're tired all the time, it could be because you're low in iron. >> or you're out partying every night till 4:00 in the morning. >> remember those days? >> no. i went to oral roberts university. >> 20% to 80% of women in this age group can be iron deficient. you're tired all the time, can't think straight. get a couple of servings a day of meat, legumes. >> why a cast-iron skillet? >> the iron leeches out into the food. it ups the iron content in the
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food. >> the aluminum does, too. you've got to be careful what you cook it in. >> don't drink tea or coffee with meals because the compound will block iron absorption. >> another reason for fatigue if you're skipping breakfast. eat what i call eat your way to sexy the menage a trois breakfast. >> tramp. >> the tramp again. >> i bring it out in me. >> the whole grain to fuel your brain, protein and some fruit. five-minute breakfast. if you're tired, it could be water. >> when i wake up i drink a full glass, tall glass of water and i swear it changes my energy level right away. you're dehydrated. take us to the 30s. >> we'll never get to my age. >> 30s are all about stress and convenience. women are consuming up to 40 tea spoons of sugar and fat because they are grab and go. it doesn't take any more time to eat healthy than junk. bring food.
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eat that breakfast, bring snacks with you that are healthy, string cheese, yogurt, kind nutrition bars. some of the bistro meals at starbucks aren't bad. dinner takes 15 minutes. broil salmon, chicken. instant brown rice, steamed vegetables. >> let's get to the back. to the age groups we care about. >> it's all about us. hoda's favorite breakfast is there. >> this was about the 30s. get at least three servings of calcium a day for your bones. >> you know what's changed me b-12. i took a b-12 supplement and i swear my energy level doubled since that. they said i had no b-12 in me. i'm just letting you know. >> tell her she's wrong. go ahead. >> in the 40s we are talking about middle age spread. >> spread this. >> you're losing 1%, 2% of your muscle mass. your metabolism drops. got to lift weights.
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also spread your food intake into little meals and snacks. take that breakfast of peanut butter and toast and juice. yogurt and fruit as a snack. >> last couple of seconds, depression and memory loss. >> welcome to my age. >> there we go. thing to do here along with the antioxidant orgy you would have gotten earlier is load the plate with omega 3 and antioxidant-rich things. >> wine. that's what it comes down to. >> bobbie thomas with things that make you go, hmm? good morning. i'm meteorologist crystal egger with the weather channel. the snore showers have cranked up around the lakes.
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first widespread lake effect snow we've seen. it will taper down and the west lakes and continuing around the eastern shore here. expecting a lot of wind and cold air that has moved in all the way down to the south. otherwise it's pretty quiet with the exception of the pacific northwest with a few rain showers pushing into the seattle area. this is where the coldest air is but mild all the way up into the northern plains and here's that blast of cold, 28 for the high in chicago today, only 30 in new york city. the wind blowing as well. that's going to drop those wind chills, 39 for the high in atlanta. that's it. on wednesday, a if you snow showers lingering here. a second disturbance will move over the eastern lakes and keep the snow going across northern michigan there as well but much of the country will be quieting down by the middle of this week. that wedge of cold air slowly retreating to the north with temperatures warming into the low 50s around atlanta and we'll see 60s move back in from houston over to new orleans. on thursday almost looks like a
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mistake. there's hardly anything here on the map. 41 in new york, still in the chill but not as bad. rain showers pushing into western washington and northwest oregon. the system keeps a few snow showers going into the intermountains west. we're watching rain move into eastern texas and that's about it. this system will bring more showers and continue to push to the northeast as we get through saturday so we expect that rain into the tennessee valley and then substantial moisture pumping in out of the gulf so we should see all this rain move into the mid-atlantic region bit second half of your weekend. wake up with al every weekend morning at 6:00 a.m. on the weather channel. [ male announcer ] cookies
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from an interesting piece of art to a crazy game to a new way to yell, all these things make us go, hmm. >> bobbie thomas created the
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latest buzz-worthy products. >> this segment is a fun one. thanks to one of our viewers, kimberly asher from florida, she sent us her face-lift bungee. we wanted to share this with you. you don't have to go under the knife to get a face lift. kathie lee be honest. >> i tried it. what you do is two little braids on the side of your hair and you hide them. however, it hurt. i've got to be honest. life hurts enough, bobbie, if you know what i mean. do i want the pain or look like i had a decent night's sleep. >> that's what happens with the ponytail. >> i want to see. >> somebody put on this and tugged the back. it raises the eyebrows. >> that's the concept, no pain, no gain. >> save you a couple of thousand bucks. this one i love scouring the globe. this is fun. this is nigen conductive body musical instrument.
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we all hold this. you have to hit each other to get the song. >> that's crazy. you hit. go. hit. >> sara. >> i want in. >> grab that. >> this might not be an ideal game for kids. >> why is everyone hitting? >> this is teaching children to be mean. >> it's a vicious game. >> when i was on, the video they put together underneath this item is hilarious. in the office they whacking each other and they fell on the ground. >> children can get hurt. you've gotten zero here. >> this is actually called the shouting vase from the japan trend shop. apparently if you're a frustrated employee and you can't scream, you can give it a crack. they are only $99.95. >> i feel so much better. >> what? >> you have to pull it away to muffle some of the sound.
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>> you're not pushing it tight on your lips. >> i don't want to leave a mark. >> here, hoda, try it. i hate that. >> this stinks. let's go to the next one. >> this, i actually have to give this guy credit. he sells new york city garbage for $50. his name is justin. he was sold out and sells them $50 or $100 if it was a special occasion like a presidential parade. junk on the floor. i was so inspired by him, i thought we should try to sell a very special klg and hoda edition. i made this i will give this away to a winner. there are wine corks, old make-up, spanx, eyelashes. you can have some of our trash.
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>> for a lot of money, i'll put what was in hoda's purse in there. >> stop! >> this is fun. if you're drinking in the dark. >> it's the best way. >> this is called tipsy. when you turn it over, you better hope -- every time you tip the light turns on. this is bender bound. you can give a book like what to expect when you're expecting to the next guy that might be having a baby. look what's inside. >> this is not his book. >> oh, that kind of expecting. >> it makes me want to say, hmm. thank you, bobbie. >> thank you. >> we love you, b.t. >> the hottest workout trends. >> go tara, go sarah.
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now on new year new you, it's time for new year's resolutions. that means less wine and more time at the gym. not going to happen. >> we'll keep the wine while sara goes to the gym. she'll tell us about some of the hottest workout trends for the new year. >> i made three fitness stops to test out the hippest way people will be working their tails off in 2012. my first stop at crunch to try a class called tabura. it had me at drums. tabura. >> yes. >> where does that come from? >> tabura is a swahili name.
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kick boxing mixed with african dance. you might be doing kicks boxing and punch-punch then an african dance. >> doing that? >> but harder and faster. >> a lot of people like to dance, i want to take zumba or kick boxing. okay. we are going to do everything together. >> game on? >> yes. >> ready? >> yeah. >> good? >> i'm going. ♪ >> now i'm going to try something called figure 4, a ballet-based class. i had to dust off first position and second position. dancing has always been a part of your life, but it seems to become trendy. do you see a rise in ballet being a fitness method people are turning to? >> people have gotten jazzed up to get into this ballet-based workout.
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they notice the results are so quick. we have men, women, older, younger. it speaks to everybody. >> when i say i have a background in dance, i mean i stepped away from the bar at a 7-year-old, maybe 8. ♪ hold me closer tiny dancer >> you don't have to have any ballet or dance training. >> but i'm ahead of the game. >> you could come in and teach. >> done and done. >> if you do the entire thing perfectly, there is something wrong. you shouldn't be able to do it all. >> then i'm not doing it right. okay. bring on the dancer, little tiny dancer. not so tiny dancer. ♪ i'm sexy and i know it ♪ i'm sexy and i know it >> we are at the david barton gym for a kundalini yoga class. i saw mats and candlelight.
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>> what is kundalini yoga? >> it's ancient. it comes from white tantra, the mixing of male and female energies in yourself, it takes the energy, swirls it up and makes it rise. >> at the end of class you have a baby? i'm ready. i won't fall asleep? >> not in my class. ♪ >> i think i'm ready for a happy, healthy and fit 2012. but i'm going to lie back down for a while. >> that looks great. thank you, sara. >> you have your ways, sara, we have ours. we want to thank you for all you do. >> jerry is cleaning up the wheat grass. thank you for all that. >> tomorrow, your most annoying beauty problems are going to be
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